Template:Str find

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Usage

{{Str find|text|sub_string}} = Position of first appearance of sub_string in text.

  • Only searches first 50 characters of text. Returns -1 if sub_string not found in first 80 characters.
  • Character position is 1 based (not 0 based as usual in calculations).

See also

Trimming templates:

  • {{Str left}} – To trim down to a specified number of characters, or duplicate the string to a specified number.
  • {{Str trim}} — To trim any leading or trailing whitespace.
  • {{Str right}} — To trim the first specified number of characters.
  • {{Str rightc}} — To trim the first specified number of characters, returns a parameter if the string is empty.
  • {{Str sub}} — To trim down to a specified number, starting at a given number from the left, less than 50.
  • {{Str sub long}} — To trim down to a specified number, starting at a given number from the left, less than 100.

Analyzing templates:

  • {{Str find}} – Returns the numerical location of a given string in a string, up to 50 characters.
  • {{Str index}} – Returns a given character from a string, but not accented letters.
  • {{Str index any}} – Returns a given character from a string, but not a space.
  • {{Str len}} – Returns a string's length. Can count up to 500 characters.

String length comparison templates:

  • {{Str ≥ len}} – To check if a string is "longer or equally long" or "shorter" than a given length.
  • {{Str ≤ len}} – To check if a string is "shorter or equally long" or "longer" than a given length.
  • {{Str ≠ len}} – To check if a string is "not equal" or "equal" to a given length.
  • {{Str ≤ ≥ len}} – To check if a string is "shorter", "equal", or "longer" than a given length.